Porsche announces a new special edition of the Panamera. This new Porsche will be called Platinum Edition and will be based on Panamera and Panamera 4. Both will be available to be ordered starting November, but deliveries will start in January 2013.
Porsche Platinum Special Edition comes with several exterior design elements borrowed from the Turbo version: front grille, mirror housings, roof-mounted spoiler. All elements have an arginitiu Platinum finish, plus some black inserts.
The body can be ordered in five different colors: black, white, metallic black, metallic gray and metallic Mahogany. Porsche Platinum Special Edition brings a set of 19-inch wheels, also borrowed from the Turbo version.
Inside, the Panamera Platinum Edition comes with an interior finished in two colors, black and beige. Especially for this edition, Porsche offers a partial leather package board as a standard equipment list. But it can be fully extended.
The base M.S.R.P for the Porsche Panamera Platinum Edition in the USA will be $80,500. The Panamera 4 Platinum Edition will have a base M.S.R.P of $84,600. Prices do not include the $975 destination charge.
Starting at the end of November 2012, Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG, Stuttgart, is offering a particularly exclusive and elegant version of the Panamera: the Platinum Edition. The elegant special edition Panamera, available as Panamera 4 and Panamera Diesel, stands out thanks to their subtle, independent design features in platinum silver metallic combined with expanded standard features and exclusive details.
The lower half of the side view mirrors, the air-inlet grille lamellas, the air vent grille on the side designed specifically for the turbo model, the trim on the trunk lid and the rear diffuser are all in platinum silver metallic. The interplay with one of the Edition's five exterior finish colours results in an especially harmonious and elegant appearance. Solid exterior colours are offered in black or white as well as the options of metallic basalt black, metallic carbon grey and metallic mahogany lacquer finishes. The black glossy finish used for the side window strips creates a convincing overall exterior appearance.
Delivering considerable benefits to the customer, many frequently requested extras are now coming as standard equipment with the Porsche Panamera Platinum Edition. These include the Bi-Xenon main headlights and front parking assist. The automatically dimming interior and exterior mirrors reduce glare from traffic behind you, and the 19-inch Panamera Turbo alloy wheels with the red, black and gold Porsche crest highlight the sporty elegance of the vehicle.
The new black/luxor beige bi-colour combination also creates an especially sumptuous interior ambience. Exclusively for the Porsche Panamera Platinum Edition a part-leather interior package comes as standard, with a full leather package optionally available. Compared to the previous bi-colour detailing, the new bi-colour combination patterns have been revised. Thus, along with the upper part of the dashboard and the door trim, the footwell and the back of the front seats as well as the loadspace cover are in black, while the remainder of the interior is in luxor beige. Other highlights include the standard sport design steering wheel and the distinctive Porsche crest on the front and rear headrests as well as the insignia "Platinum Edition" on the front door trim strips.
The standard Porsche Communication Management (PCM) with navigation module keeps Platinum Edition drivers on track. With a high-resolution 7-inch TFT touchscreen and eleven loudspeakers with a combined output of 235 watts, the Porsche Communication Management with built-in navigation unit not only gives assistance with dynamic route guidance, but also ensures optimal audio sound in the vehicle.
The price for the Porsche Panamera Platinum Edition in Germany is EUR 79,707 including VAT, the diesel version costs EUR 82,206 and the Panamera 4 Platinum Edition retails for EUR 87,323.
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